Praise

I’ve been lucky enough to receive some kind words from some literary heavyweights. Here are a few:

As fearless a writer as any I know
Jonathan McAloon, book critic for TLS, The Guardian, The Telegraph, and The Spectator

Brilliant                                      Matt Haig, Number One Bestselling Author of The Midnight Library, Reasons to Stay Alive, and others

Absolutely stunning. Beautifully written, evocative, compelling…an exciting new writer…I’m a fan.
Ray Robinson, award-winning author of ‘Forgetting Zoe’ and ‘Electricity’ (now a major film starring Agyness Deyn)

 

A novelist of considerable imagination, empathy and intelligence…Highly effective and compelling…It’s not just psychological depth and weighty thematic preoccupations…tells a cracking good story; even a page-turner of a story…impresses on multiple levels
Anna South, former editor for Penguin and Picador

Haunting and evocative…terrific.
William Fiennes, Somerset Maugham Award-winning author of ‘The Snow Geese’ andThe Music Room’

Brilliant.
Jacob Polley, T.S. Elliot Prize-winning poet and author 

 

Terrific…Superb.                          Nick Cohen, Orwell Prize-shortlisted author of ‘What’s Left?’ and ‘You Can’t Read This Book’

Really impressive.
Sara Davies, BBC Radio 4 producer

‘So goddamn GOOD…Compelling and distinctive.’                             Lucie Brownlee – Richard and Judy Book Club alumni and Sunday Times bestselling author of Life After You

 

Totally absorbed…Love your work’                                               Salena Godden, author of Mrs Death Misses Death  

Excellent…compelling.
Jean McNeill, Governor’s General Award shortlistee and winner of the Journey Prize (Canada)